“How are we to understand the conditions of possibility of perception of an immanent object in general. [Bernauer Manuscripte, 1917-18, 191.] When the object is perceived, it is obviously perceived in a constituting process, and here it is (esse est percipi). But must it not also be without being thus perceived? [ibid. 191]

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